When the Buddha reached enlightenment the first thing he taught was the Four Noble Truths: There is suffering, there is a cause of suffering, there is an end to suffering and there is a path to that end. Find out how these truths are a practical road map for spiritual practice and working with your mind. Topics: buddhism, tibetan buddhism, Ven. Robina Courtin, Tse Chen Ling, Happiness, Noble Truths
Join Ven. Robina Courtin as she re-empowers us to change our "poor me" habits that keep us locked in a cycle of depression and frustration. Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Tse Chen Ling, Venerable Robina Courtin, happiness, habits, depression,...
10:30 am - 4 pm. In this workshop, Ven. Amy Miller will use the Buddhaâs teachings to clear up the mystery about what it takes to be happy, helping us to awaken love and compassion, and reconnect to our hearts. Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Philosophy, Mahayana, Happiness
All levels. At some time or another, we all ask: Why me? Life brings its share of problems and learning how to work with them is the essence of Buddhist practice. The Buddha observed that we create the problems we experience and itâs possible to transform even the worst difficulties into happiness by transforming our attitudes toward them. Ven. Robina Courtin lays out a very practical approach to the problems we experience in everyday life. Topics: buddhism, tibetan buddhism, Ven. Robina Courtin, Tse Chen Ling, Problems, Happiness